Medicine Hat News Article
Kale Kessy hopes he will finally get to make his debut in the current WHL regular season this weekend.
This power forward for the Medicine Hat Tigers has been out for a little over a month due to an injury, which almost occurred by a freak accident. During the team’s 4-1 pre-season victory over the Broncos in Swift Current back on Sept. 10, Kessy went to throw a bodycheck on an opposing player, missed and slammed awkwardly into the boards.
He ended up aggravating a bone in his upper thigh area, which has kept him out of the Tigers lineup since that time. His wait to get back into the lineup might come to an end this weekend as the Tigers travel to Edmonton to take on the Oil Kings on Friday. Both teams will also face each other in the Gas City on Saturday (7:30 p.m., The Arena).
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Also a few former Tigers are having very strong starts in the nhl.
Tyler Ennis has 4 assists in 4 games
Clarke MacArthur has 4 goals and 1 assist in 3 games.
Both players are playing on their teams 2nd line.